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iMoodJournal - Mood Diary

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Jan 20, 2022
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This beautiful app is an ultimate journal, personal diary and mood charting tool. It can track not only mood, but anything you like: sleep, medication, symptoms, stress and anxiety, energy level, cycles, etc. It will help you discover causes of your ups and downs, and get surprising insights into yourself! * Featured on NY Times, NY Daily News, made "The Best Bipolar Disorder Apps of the Year" by Healthline, voted "Top 10 apps for health and wellness" by Rewire Me, recommended by expert on and many other specialists. Key features: - Colorful editable scale to rate overall well-being. - Possibility to keep notes to record thoughts and experiences. You can create really long mood records, edit them any time you wish and even create records in the past if you missed a scheduled recording. - Automatic reminders – as many as needed per day, including random ones. - Animated mood history chart to browse history of mood records. - Smart #hashtags system to establish associations between moods and experiences by adding #hashtags to records. Mark your emotions, people surrounding you, any other objects or activities with #hashtags. Examples: #angry, #surprised, #friends, #workout. iMoodJournal will show how your feelings and your surrounding affect your wellbeing in long term. - Special hashtags to track any measurable essences, like medication, sleep, level of stress, etc. Use #hastags with colons and numeric values, like #aspirin:40mg or #sleep:8h - Top Positive and Negative #hashtags charts to spot triggers of mood changes and filter mood records by #hashtags. - Gorgeous summary charts to recognize time-based patterns in mood, which include full mood history, as well as weekly and daily average charts. - Large landscape mood chart to visualize #hashtags values to discover correlations between mood and any measurable essences like medication, sleep, etc. - Visualization of moods on the map if geolocation is enabled. - Backup, synchronization and protection with passcode. - Possibility to attach self-portrait photos to mood records and realize how your mood affects your appearance. - Sharing moods with friends on social networks (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) or sending them by email. WHEN DO I NEED A MOOD DIARY AND TRACKING TOOL? Mood diary is frequently offered by psychologists and therapists to help us discover facts about ourselves that otherwise slip our attention. You may experience a diagnosed condition like bipolar, OCD, depression, etc. Or you may want to track symptoms of PMS, IMS, PMDD, PPD, or track menstrual cycles. You may have stressful job, like manager reporting to executives or customer facing specialist, which makes you feel exhausted at the end of your long day. You may be on emotional rollercoaster as your partner is making your heart tear apart. Or you may simply be curious to know yourself better. This app may help! Bring your iMoodJournal to your therapist or discuss it with your close friend to maximize its positive impact on your life. * To get the best out of the app, please keep regular records (preferably 2 – 3 times a day) of your mood with tags and self-portraits for at least 1 – 2 weeks. The Weekly Cycle chart requires several weeks of records to generate meaningful output. We wish you the very best experience with iMoodJournal. Please send us your feedback at * Note that we have no means to reply if you try to get in touch using App Store reviews. Please contact us by email at or via our website contact form – we provide full developer support and will be happy to hear from you and resolve any issue quickly, should you have any questions, suggestions, or problems. More about the app: Follow us on Twitter @iMoodJournal and on Facebook

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Oct 31, 2017

Love this app. Been using it since December 2016 and have recommended it to multiple people. I love the 10 scale system, photo, and # feature. This app has helped me get through hard times and reflect on where things went wrong in the past. The recent improvements to the summary graphing feature are great, but I would like it seen taken further to be able to view and export graphs of exact time frames instead of just limiting to full period, quarter, current month, and last 30 days. Even a “Last x days” feature. And it would be nice to export high quality graph images instead of only being able to export them with the whole PDF. If this feature becomes more robust this would be 5 Stars hands down.

Sep 08, 2017

This is a very high-quality, useful app. I love being able to customize the colors, I like being able to do my own labels, and the tags feature is inspired. I've been tracking my mood on paper on and off for years, but this app is extremely convenient, makes the data easy to interpret, and is just fun to use. It covers all the basics you'd expect, including reminders, plus a lot of nice extras that you can use or ignore. I've been trying out two other apps that contain mood journals, Pacifica and MoodKit, and while those apps have additional features their mood trackers aren't nearly as customizable or enjoyable to use (although Pacifica's is a 6 point scale rather than 10, which some may prefer.) MoodKit's in particular only lets you record one mood per day (who only has one mood all day?), which is not a problem with this app. Update: well, not a whole lot has changed. The map feature is kind of neat. I have reminders set to random and sometimes I get two in one day and sometimes I don't get any, but otherwise the app works so well I don't care. I've been using it for two years and am still quite happy with it.

Jan 19, 2018

I have cyclothymia, and this has been one of my main tools (in addition to medication and therapy) toward wellness. I needed an app where I could identify trends in my mood, and track my progress over time. This app does exactly that, with some extra features that I appreciate. It’s simple to use, and the app looks great. I like the custom colors and reminders. I record my mood three times a day, sometimes with notes and sometimes without. It’s so quick to just log how I’m feeling that I don’t forget or put it off until later (unfortunately, I also have adult ADHD, and this happens a LOT!) The data it gives me is extremely valuable. I’ve been able to identify a lot of trends in my mood shifts with the hash tagging and notes, and then use that knowledge to help myself. I’m very clearly able see the progress I’ve made over these last couple of years with the graphs. If you’re debating about whether or not to give it a try, please do. It’s been amazingly helpful and I’m very appreciative to the developers. It’s been a valuable and important tool in a difficult journey.

Oct 22, 2018

This is the first app like this that I've tried, and so far, I'm finding it extremely helpful. I especially like that one has a limited amount of space for each entry -- it doesn't feel quite as overwhelming as an ordinary diary. It's mildly annoying that the reminder to back up pops up right when you have just created an entry and are about to record your mood. It would be nice if it appeared when you opened the app or something -- but not while you're in the middle of creating a record! Thanks! UPDATE 8/9/17: It would be really great if there were some way to search for tags on the positive / negative screens (to access them without having to scroll through all the tags)! Thanks!

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May 14, 2018

This is a great, great app. Very compact and streamlined, does everything you want and doesn’t clutter it with things you don’t. Very non-intrusive and very good at making mood tracking second nature. The Apple Watch companion is similarly well thought out and minimalist. Being able to very simply and easily dump the database to Dropbox and analyze it however you want is awesome. Seriously, buy this app! No social media connections to monetize what you’re doing, no crufty “ecosystem” hooks designed to upsell. This is a model paid iPhone app. Don’t mess around with the freemium junk. Pay a few bucks for this one, own it, use it, and get on with your life.

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About iMoodJournal - Mood Diary

Developed by Inexika Inc..

iMoodJournal - Mood Diary is ranking in   Lifestyle & Health & Fitness

Last update was at Jan 20, 2022and the current version is 4.1.16.

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iMoodJournal - Mood Diary have a 150a user reviews.

iMoodJournal - Mood Diary was released in the App Store. It is developed by Inexika Inc., who have also released the following apps.

iMoodJournal - Mood Diary has 150 user reviews.​

iMoodJournal - Mood Diary has an average rating of 4.0. ​The latest version of iMoodJournal - Mood Diary 4.1.16​ ​​was ​released on Jan 20, 2022​.

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